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Posted 29 August 2020 - 02:50 PM
So is that good because I would not have to deal with periods no more?
But some women with early or premature menopause may also have:
Higher risk of serious health problems, such as heart disease and osteoporosis, since women will live longer without the health benefits of higher estrogen levels. Talk to your doctor or nurse about steps to lower your risk for these health problems.
More severe menopause symptoms. Talk to your doctor or nurse about treatments to help with symptoms if they affect your daily life.
Sadness or depression over the early loss of fertility or the change in their bodies. Talk to your doctor if you have symptoms of depression, including less energy or a lack of interest in things you once enjoyed that lasts longer than a few weeks. Your doctor or nurse can recommend specialists who can help you deal with your feelings. Your doctor or nurse can also discuss options, such as adoption or donor egg programs, if you want to have children.
Early menopause can begin as soon as you start having irregular periods or periods that are noticeably longer or shorter than your normal.
Other symptoms of early menopause include:
periods that last longer than a week
longer amount of time in between periods
In these cases, see your doctor to check for any other issues that might be causing these symptoms.
Other common symptoms of menopause include:
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